Arts & Culture

Is It Back to Yesterday?

By Todd Feinburg, Joshua Resnek

After 70 years out of print in Germany, Mein Kampf is back in print. The first edition sold out in one day. Germany once again confronts its Nazi past.Read More

Fallen From Grace

By Joshua Resnek and Todd Feinburg

In an industry dominated by Jews, Bill Cosby rose like no other. And he has fallen like no other.Read More

World War II Jewish Drama Visits Lexington

Drawing on rare archival material, the film tells an uplifting tale of life and redemption on Italy’s Shores of Light.Read More

Chai Alive: Feeding the Vitality of the World

By Amy Forman

“We help people who are going through cancer, chronic illnesses, depression, obesity. Food is very connected to health.”Read More

A Very Visible Phantom Gourmet

By Sheila Barth

“Our popularity amazes and humbles us. We’re hardworking guys. We take a lot of pride in what we do.”Read More

Making a Horror-Comedy Film Come Alive

By Amy Forman

The film “The Sub” is about a reluctant substitute teacher working in an all-too-perfect high school.Read More

New Light Shed on Dark Polish Past

By Penny Schwartz

For some 60 years, post war and through decades of Communist rule, the events in Jedwabne remained largely under the radar of silence and denial.Read More

Fred Hersch’s Songs of Strength at New England Conservatory Concert

By Matt Robinson

Hersch is best known to many, not for his numerous musical accolades, but for his tireless efforts in the fight against AIDS. He will perform at Jordan Hall on October 29.Read More

Berklee Students Score for Boston Pops

By Penny Schwartz

Under Keith Lockhart’s baton, the Pops will perform “Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror,” in a screening of a newly remastered version of the silent film.Read More

Philharmonic Conductor’s Family, Musical Roots Trace Back to War-Time Germany

By Matt Robinson

Benjamin Zander has spent 36 years as conductor of the Boston Philharmonic, which he founded in 1979.Read More

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